This picture has no end of entertainment value. It is just as thrilling and gripping as reading one of Rafael Sabatini's books; all of the punch of that author's writings has been brought to the…
Buster Keaton's comedy is spotty. That is to say it's both commonplace and novel, with the latter sufficient to make the picture a laugh getter.
The Iron Horse is the story of the winning of the West through the linking of the Atlantic and Pacific coasts by rail. It contains a powerful theme of historical value as the basis around which a…
This is the finest sheik film of them all. The Arab is a compliment to the screen, a verification of the sterling repute of director Rex Ingram.
This Buster Keaton feature length comedy is about as unfunny as a hospital operating room.
Manhandled is a story which originated in the brain of S.R. Kent, general sales manager of Paramount. It was first conceived as a picture story, turned over to Arthur Stringer to write, and when…
Isn't Life Wonderful is a picture that has something more behind it than mere entertainment. It gives an insight into the lives of simple German folk and their sufferings as a result of the Great…
Greed , the screen adaptation of the Frank Norris story, McTeague, was directed by Erich von Stroheim. He utilized two years and over $700,000 of Goldwyn and possibly some Metro money in its making.
The first part of this two-sectioned film, centered about the Nibelungen legends, appeared under the title of Siegfried , and was received with respect if not with acclaim. This film, directed by…
'The Covered Wagon' was months in the making, the biggest thing since 'The Birth of a Nation.'
The opening Biblical scenes of The Ten Commandments are irresistible in their assembly, breadth, color and direction; they are enormous and just as attractive. Cecil B. DeMille puts in a thrill here…